Trauma from occlusion: a review Commander R. “Dave” Rupprecht, DC, USN Introduction Occlusion and its relationship to periodontal disease has been and remains an area of considerable controversy. Over the years, there have been a number of human and animal studies investigating this relationship. The purpose of this Clinical Update is to summarize previous research, describe the signs and symptoms of trauma from occlusion, and discuss treatment considerations. Topics: Dental Occlusion, Gingival Diseases, Periodontal Diseases
byAsh, Major M., 1921-; Nelson, Stanley J; Ash, Major M., 1921- . Wheeler's dental anatomy, physiology, and occlusion
System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM (Windows): Pentium II or faster processor (400 MHz or greater recommended); 64 MB RAM (128 MB recommended); Windows 95 or higher; 640 MB hard disk space; QuickTime 5.0.5 (included on disc); 800x600 monitor displaying 24-bit/millions of colors (32-bit/True color color recommended); sound card; speakers; 24x or faster CD-ROM drive Topics: Teeth., Occlusion (Dentistry), Tooth -- anatomy & histology., Dental Occlusion., Tooth --...
Applying functionally generated path to restore a terminal restoration in group function Major Kyung S. Kim, DC, USA, and Captain Craig Neitzke, DC, USN Introduction Group function occlusion is sometimes beneficial in fixed prosthodontics. Group function restorations are more clinically demanding than mutually protected occlusal schemes. When simplified instrumentation is used, semi-adjustable or straight line articulators, excessive adjustment is often necessary at delivery. Fully adjustable... Topics: Dental Articulators, Dental Occlusion, Balanced, Dentists, Mandible, Prosthodontics